SYCAMORE — A Chicago man arrested earlier this year was sentenced to prison Thursday for selling drugs to a police informant.
During a hearing at the DeKalb County Courthouse, Darryl Dandridge, 28, of Chicago, pleaded guilty to unlawful delivery of a controlled substance and two counts of driving with a suspended license.
Dandridge was arrested in February during a drug arrest warrant sweep conducted by local law enforcement. He was charged with selling cocaine to a DeKalb police informant in December.
Dandridge was sentenced to three years in prison with credit for time served in jail, two years of parole and $1,400 in fines and costs.